Sexual Assault Recovery Program

The YCC has a team of trained advocates that can offer support and services for victims in English and Spanish.

What to do if you are raped:

  • If you are in immediate danger, call 911.
  • Contact the YCC crisis line: 801-391-7273.
  • To preserve evidence do not bathe, shower, or clean yourself or the crime scene.

In addition to immediate help for victims of sexual assault, YCC is dedicated to educating young men and women about dating violence, date rape, and rape prevention.

The Sexual Assault Recovery program at YCC offers crisis counseling, therapy, advocacy through the court system, and emotional support for clients as they work towards recovery, as well as information and referrals to other programs that can be of assistance. The Sexual Recovery program can also assist in safety planning.

The Sexual Recovery program is able to assist victims of rape and sexual assault with Crime Victims Reparations – funds to help cover costs resulting from the crime, such as therapy, mental health and medical costs, replacement of items destroyed in the crime, and relocation if needed.

The Sexual Assault Education program helps teens make safe and educated decisions about dating and relationships. Presentations are offered on relationships, sexual harassment, dating violence, and rape. These can be tailored in length and content to meet the needs of your group.

For more information, please call (801) 689-1737.

Click to download the Sexual Assault Recovery Brochure.

This presentation gives perspective on how behaviors might affect other people, including:

  • Definition of sexual harassment
  • Effects of sexual harassment
  • Myths about sexual harassment
  • What to do if you are being harassed

This presentation clearly defines the situations that can lead to date rape, many of which teens are often not aware of. These include:

  • Definition of rape
  • How to avoid risks
  • Drug- and alcohol-related rape
  • What to do if you or someone you know is raped

This presentation often highlights some of the behaviors that teens may view as normal and shows them how these behaviors (for example, extreme jealousy) are abusive.

  • Types of abuse
  • Warning signs of abuse
  • Myths about abusers and victims
  • In Utah, 1 in 3 females will be a victim of sexual assault.
  • 91% of sexual assaults are committed by someone the victim knows.

Sexual Assault Recovery Educational Support Group is held each Wed. from 5-6:30 p.m., in the Family Enrichment Center at YCC. There is an open gym at the same time for children age 7 and up.

Crisis intervention for youth and adults. Follow-up case management for adult survivors of sexual assault. Support groups for adult survivors. No charge. (Children age 7 and up can attend Open Gym).

*all RRP services provided in English and Spanish

For more information about the Sexual Assault Recovery Program at YCC, please contact:

  • Terrie L. Stephenson
  • SSW Rape Recovery Coordinator, YCC
  • 801-689-1737
  • 2261 Adams Ave.
  • Ogden, UT 84401

YCC will be holding a required 40 hour training for new advocates at YCC located at 2261 Adams Avenue in Ogden on Monday, August 10 through Friday, August 14th.

The Sexual Assault Recovery Program is always in need of volunteers. For more information about becoming an advocate for the Sexual Assault Recovery Program, please contact:

  • Terrie L. Stephenson
  • SSW Rape Recovery Coordinator, YCC
  • 801-689-1737
  • 2261 Adams Ave.
  • Ogden, UT 84401